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Muslim Colonialism and Islamic Imperialism - Grounds for Islamaphobia

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Submitted by Robert (United States), Mar 25, 2016 at 14:04

If you want to make a soup taste good you mast strike a good balance among the ingredients.
The same goes for making that famous Hungarian dish known as Goulash - although it consists of a mixture of different meats, there still exists the art of striking a balance which would be satisfying to a gourmet's taste and have the best possible flavor.

We in the United States have traditionally had the best Melting Pot of people from all over the world. But to have created the wonderful - but not perfect - North America we began with peoples British Isles - and of course, included Slaves from sub-Sahara Africa.

The mixture of people wasn't random, but due to historical forces too complex to recite here.

Nevertheless, by beginning with British Settlers our country acquired the best historical traditions of Western Europe, especially the political and legal traditions of what is now the United Kingdom.

I will not recite the motto or poem of our French Statue of Liberty written by our Sephardi Jewish American woman, Emma Lazarus, when our country welcomed all the poorest people of the world; it needs to be pointed out that this policy ended after World War Two, especially for Jews, who were left in Europe to suffer in the death chambers of Hitler Nazi regime; and those who survived the Holocaust and Genocide than ensued in Civilized Europe were only able, subsequently to Settle in Palestine, and later Israel.

Now we are at the point in world history when it is no longer, I believe, viable to call the 15% of the Muslims of the world merely "Islamist." Rather, we see the moving trust of what should properly be named "Islam." But unfortunately, only an American politician such as Donald Trump, his rhetoric a creation of Reality TV, "Let's Make a Deal," and "You Fired," has the audacity to call a spade a spade. The fact of the matter is that we have by the 1920's already restricted Immigration, and Constitutionally so. But the fact that the policy was Racist then, does not mean that we cannot make it Religiously based; and people cannot change their "Race," (it is physically impossible if we mean the DNA); but Religion can be changed, though it is Psychologically and Sociologically very difficult.

So just as the German Barbarian Hordes sacked the Roman Empire in the West, and subsequently, the Arabs did the same in the East under Muhammad, we now see a similar phenomena in contemporary Eurasia!

It it Muslims who produced the International State of ISIS in the traditional capitals of Islam, Baghdad in Iraq, and Damascus in Syria. And now the Hordes of Muslims are flooding Europe - but not on horseback and without primitive arms and armor. These are the initial waves of Illegal Immigrants and Settlers; it only a matter of time before the new eastern Suicide Bomber come. No one uses anymore the Politically Incorrect expression of a Fifth Column; but the correct analysis tells us that it was Charles de Gaulle, the French WWII General, who abandoned Algeria the way the Israelis abandoned Gaza, that brought Muslim Algerians into mainland France as French Citizens. Unfortunately for France, it had no effective Melting Pot to cook these new arrivals into Citizens of France, or Roman Europe; they would probably be far better off in Erdogan's Turkey under neo-Ottoman Islam, or even Fethullah's Gulan's Cult in Turkey.

ISIS may fail militarily and Tactically in Iraq and Syria; but it has succeeded Strategically by diluting Europe of its Enlightenment Tolerance mix of People; now Europe is flooded infested with the Plague of Sharia Law for which Europe is only beginning to develop and immunity. Let's hope it succeeds.

Is all this Islamophobia? If it is, good, because we have every reason to fear Islam and too many Muslims in our midst. The question is, why is Donald Trump the only one who can vocalize such objections and with a clenched fist that inspires obvious Populist support?

"A Top ISIS Leader Is Killed in an Airstrike, Pentagon Says"
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/26/world/middleeast/abd-al-rahman-mustafa-al-qaduli-isis-reported-killed-in-syria.html?_r=0

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